YORK, Pa. (11/17/08)--Even a bank robber can't get satisfaction from a bank. A miffed robber was so disgruntled that a bank had no cash that he threatened to file a complaint with the bank's management.
The branch of Susquehanna Bank in Springettsbury Township, Pa., had just opened at about 9 a.m. Thursday morning. Three tellers were waiting for their cash drawers to be filled, when the man entered and demanded money (Associated Press and Publicopiniononline.com and York Daily Record Nov. 13).
The first teller screamed and fainted. The second said she didn't have any cash and showed him the empty drawer. The third teller also showed him an empty cash drawer.
As he ran from the scene empty-handed, the robber vowed he would let bank managers know of his dissatisfaction.
A drive-thru customer followed the robber and contacted police, who arrested Joseph Goetz, 48, less than a mile from the bank.
courtesy of cuna.org